How copyright law outed “Richard Bachman”, a.k.a. Stephen King.

One of the things I find interesting about this is the whole “King created Bachman because his publisher wouldn’t let him publish multiple books a year” sticking point. The article pans the idea as outdated, which it is in a literal sense, but…

But. Looking around at the glut of content and plummeting sales for genre fiction nowadays and I can’t help thinking maybe the old publishers weren’t exactly wrong, y’know?